Author Archives: Jordan Davies


Liverpool 5 Everton 2: Reds make it club-record 32 unbeaten in league as Marco Silva facing sack this week

By | 4th December 2019

THERE was no need for Jurgen Klopp to sprint across the Anfield turf on this occasion. In fact, he barely broke a sweat as his rampant Liverpool side continued their emphatic march to expectant Premier League glory. And on this occasion, in their quest for a first title in 30 years, it proved a hugely […]


Liverpool star Joe Gomez’s cousin tipped as ‘new Jamie Vardy’ as non-league striker is eyed by Prem clubs

By | 3rd December 2019

JOE GOMEZ’S second cousin is on course to become the next Jamie Vardy. Enfield Town striker Muhammadu Faal – whose father is the cousin of the Liverpool and England star’s father Augustus – is being eyed up by several Premier League sides. SunSport understands Norwich, Watford, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Sheffield United have all taken […]


Arsenal legends want Gunners hero Patrick Vieira to replace sacked manager Unai Emery

By | 29th November 2019

ARSENAL’s legends want Patrick Vieira to get the top job. Former stars Emmanuel Petit, Ray Parlour, David Seaman and Alan Smith all believe Vieira, the skipper of the Invincibles, is the right man to replace axed Unai Emery. The 43-year-old Vieira — currently manager of Ligue 1 side Nice — made more than 300 Premier […]

Former Arsenal physios Gary and Colin Lewin on their new business, life under Arsene Wenger and injury myths

By | 26th November 2019

OVER A COFFEE, Gary and Colin Lewin are attempting to explain just how much Arsenal took over their lives. Gary summed it up: “I didn’t have a Christmas day off for 25 years. My first one off was when I went to the FA and Colin had his first one off last year. “On my […]

Marcus Rashford insists NOBODY is better for Man Utd than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite Pochettino links

By | 21st November 2019

MARCUS RASHFORD is sure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the RIGHT man to lead Manchester United — despite the availability of Mauricio Pochettino. Former Tottenham boss Poch was favourite to take over at Old Trafford before Solskjaer was handed the United reins on a permanent basis. Pochettino – wanted by Barcelona – is now out of […]

Chelsea loanee Izzy Brown opens up on his injury hell, unwanted perceptions and Frank Lampard’s evolution

By | 21st November 2019

LOUNGING IN a hotel room in Holland, teenage talents Izzy Brown and Dominic Solanke are mulling over some high praise from Jose Mourinho. It’s 2014 and, while on Chelsea’s pre-season tour, the Portuguese coach has just admitted he should take full responsibility if Brown, Solanke and Lewis Baker are not senior England internationals in the […]

Danish jinx hits again as McCarthy’s men miss automatic spot at Euro 2020 despite late Doherty equaliser

By | 18th November 2019

IRELAND’S wait for Euro 2020 qualification continues after yet another Danish slip-up. The Irish are without a competitive win against Denmark for 40 years – a hoodoo that cost them their place at the last major tournament in Russia last summer. A 5-1 play-offs thumping thanks to a Christian Eriksen hat-trick at the Aviva Stadium […]

Tottenham boss Pochettino fires warning to squad as he bids to get project back on track

By | 8th November 2019

THERE is a chill in the air — especially at Tottenham in recent weeks. Mauricio Pochettino is doing his best to keep it that way. The Spurs boss admits that the club’s current problems cannot be solved with hugs and kisses. Instead, the Argentine has embraced a valuable and rather British coping mechanism: The good […]

Ex-Arsenal defender Justin Hoyte relives the club’s last league visit to Sheffield United 13 years ago

By | 21st October 2019

JUSTIN HOYTE was just 21-years-old when he first experienced a trip to Bramall Lane as an Arsenal first team player. It was December 30, 2006 – an injury-hit Arsene Wenger side were hoping to ensure they kept up their title challenge against Neil Warnock’s top-flight newbies in Sheffield United. But it’s an away day Hoyte […]

Everton 0 Sheff Utd 2: Marco Silva on verge of crisis as Blades defeat throws up more questions of Toffees

By | 21st September 2019

MARCO SILVA said it himself: it is so easy to start a crisis at Everton. One way is to lose at home against a Sheffield United side who managed to score their first before even having an attempt on goal. Another is to add to an unwanted club record of conceding the most goals from […]